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Title: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: EMdevices on October 12, 2006, 10:55:48 PM
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Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: gn0stik on October 13, 2006, 06:35:37 AM
Well, that may have been kick like.. Sudden rush of energy and all, but it's alot more like what Gray himself demonstrated. Your circuit was close, but not exact. He made coils jump several feet in the air. You had the right combination, but probably something a little off about the ciruit which cause some kind of radiant explosion.

Sounds awesome. Lucky you didn't get hurt.

Did you ever try to reproduce? Or did it scare you too bad?
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: hartiberlin on October 13, 2006, 09:28:25 AM
Hi,
with your High Voltage pulses,you killed probably directly your
charged capacitor, so when it had 100 Volts or more on it and
it was 1000 uF or 100.000 uF ? then you could already create
a pretty big bang by exploding the capacitor !?
Or didn?t it explode ?
Thanks.
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: argona369 on October 13, 2006, 10:49:50 AM
a speck of dust or a speck of "something" in the gap maybe? :)
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: pese on October 13, 2006, 08:40:45 PM
Explosion , shurly will not comes from electolydic condensors.
eveb if you charge al 100 Volt DC Type with 1000 Volts
It needs power (current) to charge in this way that the
fluid electrolyd will be comes hot (boiling) and can explode
(old types only) after they heated up (take somes time.)
But it will give no any light or fire , only the Aluminium can (body)
or the rubber socked outlet-wires will chasing over the room.

In theis description of this experiment other forces will be worked
on it.  If othing is "burned up" only the spark gap can have produced
a light or fire
P
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: argona369 on October 14, 2006, 12:24:49 AM
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Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: gn0stik on October 14, 2006, 02:06:18 AM
a speck of dust or a speck of "something" in the gap maybe? :)
Hmm, there is ALOT of energy required to do this! (turn something into glass I mean).


Thinking of tesla who said something about the shock he could feel
From a spark gap pulse over 100 milli-seconds I think it was, that would penetrate any shielding. which sounds like maybe ?electron impact ionization??


No, electrons cannot travel through the shields tesla was talking about, it was not electrons that caused the stinging sensation he felt.
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: PaulLowrance on October 14, 2006, 02:56:28 AM
That's an amazing experiment and well worth duplicating. I hope you can duplicate it one day.

There's a lot to say about solid magnetic cores such as iron nails, but I won't bother you. For now lets just say there are a lot of power exchanges occurring in them and one of the methods of accessing this is through Eddy currents.

Looking at the setup I see it is possible if timing and everything is just right to get resonance. You have a huge cap and magnetic cores. We know at resonance the voltages can reach levels thousands times higher than the source. Perhaps that's why the cores did not move because the current was oscillating. And perhaps such high intense resonance voltages are what caused such a bright spark gap.

Cool experiment and well worth duplicating.

Regards,
Paul Lowrance
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: argona369 on October 14, 2006, 03:54:17 AM
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Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: EMdevices on October 16, 2006, 04:48:31 PM
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Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: argona369 on October 17, 2006, 05:21:13 AM
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Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: Freedomfuel on November 02, 2006, 08:14:45 PM
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Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: pese on November 02, 2006, 08:27:28 PM
http://web.archive.org/web/*/%20http://www.comail.ru:8081/~alemanov/fireball/fe.htm

Also in archive.org the file are deleted !?

Is this possibly surpressed invention?
Nothing for the folks.
Pese
Title: Re: A strange energy outburst experiment related to the "kick"
Post by: kames on November 03, 2006, 03:22:48 AM
Thanks to EMdevices for sharing with us this account of his unusual experiment.  What he observed was highly significant.

I believe that what he observed when there was a bright flash of light at the contacts like a miniature fireball was in fact a large electron.  Government scientists have known for decades that electrons are really miniature ball lightning but this knowledge has yet to reach the mainstream.  My interpretation of ball lightning is that it is a spinning spherical magnetic torus that draws down particle like photons from the ionosphere and traps these within itself.  Air molecules and dust inside the magnetic torus are made into a plasma by photo ionization.  This is similar to the use of a torroidal magnetic field to contain a hot plasma in TOKAMAk except that ball lightning has more in common with what occurs inside the Sun since neither are particularly hot.

This Russian scientist has claimed to have observed longitudianal waves near ball lightning.  The server was down when I tried this link:

http://www.comail.ru:8081/~alemanov/fireball/fe.htm

I hypothesise that what is happening to cause these longitudinal waves is that the magnetic torus pulsates by alternatately speeding up and slowing down it's rate of spin.  This would explain how the electron can have both the properties of a wave and particle.

I assume that a freak combinations of circumstances caused some kind of fedback mechanism that enlarged the microscopic magntic bubble as it drew energy from the environment similar to the exploding TV set incident described by Steven. It is well known that ball lightning dissappears with a violent bang and I assume in both cases there is an implosion.

This interstin observation is further evidence that the simple electic spark provides overunity by drawing energy from the ionosphere.  This is all that you need to understand the Testatika machine



Remove the port number from the url.

http://www.comail.ru/~alemanov/fireball/fe.htm

Kames